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Bayonetta 2 to be a Wii U exclusive

Bayonetta 2 to be a Wii U exclusive

Nintendo made a lot of big announcements during its Wii U event earlier today, but perhaps one of the biggest reveals was that Bayonetta 2 is coming to the console. Not only that, but Sega has opted to make it a Wii U exclusive, something that will likely come as a shock to fans. There wasn't any talk of Bayonetta 2 being a timed exclusive, and since Nintendo is publishing the game, the chances of it coming to Xbox 360 and PS3 seem pretty slim.

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ToeJam & Earl reportedly coming to PS3

ToeJam & Earl reportedly coming to PS3

It is perhaps one of the greatest cult classics ever released on the Sega Genesis, and one of the most heralded titles that never spawned a successful spinoff or even franchise continuation. We're talking about ToeJam & Earl, and it looks like it will be re-released for the first time ever on the PS3, as a downloadable promotion along with other vintage Sega games.

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Massive video game collection nets $1.2 million on eBay

Massive video game collection nets $1.2 million on eBay

To most of us, having a ridiculously large video game collection that spans multiple console generations is merely a pipe dream. For one eBay user, not only did that dream became a reality, but it's now become a source of financial security, as a significant portion of his huge video game collection recently sold for more than $1.2 million on eBay.

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SEGA reboots NiGHTS into dreams for Xbox, PS3 and PC

SEGA reboots NiGHTS into dreams for Xbox, PS3 and PC

Retro games being rebooted for today's platforms are something of a trend at the moment, and SEGA is bringing back one of the most-loved Saturn titles, NiGHTS into dreams. The relaunch will see the graphics given an HD update, with the title arriving through Xbox LIVE Arcade for the Xbox 360, on the PlayStation Network, and for Windows as a digital download in the fall.

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Redux: Dark Matters for Sega Dreamcast surpasses funding goal

Redux: Dark Matters for Sega Dreamcast surpasses funding goal

A Kickstarter campaign for a brand new video game called Redux: Dark Matters has managed to surpass its funding goal, now reaching just over $40k. What's unique about this video game project is that the developers are promising to offer a version of the game for the Sega Dreamcast. Fans of the retro console can pledge $65 to receive the limited edition Dreamcast version, only 1000 copies will be made.

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Sonic 4 Episode II THD hands-on with Tegra 3

Sonic 4 Episode II THD hands-on with Tegra 3

This next-generation console-level mobile game takes everything that keeps one of the most famous game franchises alive even to today and makes it mobile as SEGA collaborates with NVIDIA on the Tegra 3 quad-core processor platform. What you'll see here is what NVIDIA notes is a "near mirror-image" of the full PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, here on Android for you Tegra 3 loving gamers to enjoy. Have a peek at this game as it launches today on the NVIDIA TegraZone as well as the Google Play app store - classic SEGA action at your fingertips!

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Sega’s Toylet gaming urinal goes on sale to the public

Sega’s Toylet gaming urinal goes on sale to the public

Sega made quick a splash early last year when it introduced its unique video game product called the "Toylet" in Japan. As per its name, it's part toy, part toilet. The contraption uses the male's gift for bodily fluid projection to act as a game control mechanic. A special sensor placed inside the urinal is able to measure volume and pressure of the stream. If you haven't seen this over the last 16 months, believe us; it's real.

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Nintendo’s newest hire is the co-creator of Sonic

Nintendo’s newest hire is the co-creator of Sonic

Welcome to a new chapter in the ever continuing battle of Sonic versus Mario. This time, it looks like a rather unexpected person is joining team Mario - the man who helped create Sonic the Hedgehog. Hirokazu Yasuhara, who worked at Sega for more than a decade, will join a team that is assumedly comprised of people he fiercely competed with back in the 1990s, and could likely be working on a Mario game in the near future.

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